This section is also a part of Kullaleden.
Easy walking along footpaths take you across the bird-rich
coastal meadows around Görslövsån. Further on you come to a bathing
area at Revet with a view and pasque flowers in their
Follow narrow coastal roads through younger fishing villages and
winding paths across pastures. The climb up towards Kullaberg
begins and the 1700 million year old bedrock is exposed in places.
From Bökebäck you have a view out across the extensive shingle
areas and the blue sea.
When you walk across the sandy ground at Görslövsån, you walk
over an old seabed; Kullasundet. The straight stretched from
Jonstorp to Höganäs and Kullaberg was a stony island in Kattegatt.
Näset, where Jonstorp is now situated, was an excellent place for
fishing and seal hunting in the Stone Age and thousands of
artefacts from that time that have been dug up.
Jonstorp and Rekekroken were home to Edvard Persson; a man from
Skåne with a sweet voice. It was to here that he retreated, to
philosophise and feed the swans, following his huge success with
"Kalle på Spången" (Kalle from Spången), "Söder om landsvägen"
(South of the Highway) and songs such as "Jag är en liten gåsapåg
från Skåne" (I am a little goose herder from Skåne).
At the harbour in Svanshall you can get a dose of fishing history.
There are tar pots, where the fishing nets were coated with tar,
"stejlebacken" where the nets were hung to dry and a little
seafaring museum which displays a range of things from the secret
stashes of a sea captain.
There are also several quarries along the Trail. East of
Svanshall, limestone was quarried, then hundreds of years later,
blocks of ice were sawn up in the quarry and in the 1940s thrilling
matches of bandy were played here. To the west there is a quarry
where the bedrock was transformed into macadam between the 1930s